Marshall Plan Aid
On April 2, 1948, Congress posted the Foreign Assistance Act, committing America to the rebuilding of war-torn Europe. It became known as the Marshall Plan. Here can be seen the first shipload of Caribbean sugar being sent to Europe under Marshall Plan aid. The plan originated in a 1947 Harvard commencement address delivered by Truman's Secretary of State George C. Marshall.
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